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▪”Book Launch, South Island: Tyranny of Greed”, October 27, University of Otago

▪”Book Launch: Tyranny of Greed,” October 20, Auckland Law School (Register here)

▪”Money, Politics & Inequality: Is New Zealand’s Democracy Broken?” October 16, Mackenzie-Elvin and the University of Waikato-Tauranga Campus


▪”The Third Coming of American Plutocracy,” June 11, Melbourne Law School (SAMPLE CHAPTER)

▪”The Third Coming of American Plutocracy,” March 14, Auckland Law School (VIDEO HERE)


▪”Government is Public Interest: Trump, Corruption, and Democracy’s Limits,” April 19, The School of Public Administration, Catalunya (in Spanish) (video of presentation here)

▪”American Kleptocracy,” April 16, Maynooth University

▪”American Kleptocracy,” April 12, University of Limerick

▪March 9, The University of Nottingham

▪January 23, 12pm, The University of Barcelona and TRANSJUS (blog post)


▪October 19, 12pm, The Melbourne Law School (Australia), Electoral Regulation Research Network Seminar

▪March 22, 7:15pm, Fábrica Ramis (Mallorca, Spain) (en Español)


▪November 9, 6:30pm, The University of Warsaw (Poland)

▪April 28, 7:30pm, New Jersey Public Policy Network (scroll down to April 28 video), Morris/Essex county chapter (College of Saint Elizabeth, Madison, NJ)

▪April 1, Seton Hall Symposium with Free Speech for People (South Orange, NJ)

▪January 13, Firestorm Cafe and Books (Asheville, NC)


▪November 13, Fordham University School of Law (NYC)

▪November 6, Colloquium,  Georgia State University Philosophy Department

▪October 22-23, The Open University of Catalonia and the University of Barcelona’s “International Workshop on Democratic Regeneration and the Fight against Corruption” (Barcelona, Spain)

▪October 21, Universidad Jaume I, Castellón (Spain)

▪October 20, Real Sociedad Económica Matritense de Amigos del País (Spain)

▪October 19, Universidad de Valladolid (Spain)

▪September 4, Cornell University Law School

▪July 11, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law (Canada)

▪May 20, GSU Emeriti Association (for retired GSU professors and guests)

▪February 25, Colloquium at Oxford University (5pm, Leonard Wolfson Auditorium, Wolfson College, Oxford, England)

▪January 21, 5th anniversary of the Citizens United case (Atlanta, Georgia), Citizens United Teach InGeorgia State Capitol (10am presentation and dialogue) (206 Washington Street Southwest, Atlanta, GA 30334)


▪November 15 (Davis, CA), ClassCrits VII, UC Davis School of Law (talk and academic conference)

▪November 11 (San Francisco, CA), The Book Passage (6pm talk and signing) (1 Ferry Building, San Francisco, CA 94111)

▪November 7 (New York City), Columbia University Bookstore (6pm talk and signing) (2922 Broadway, New York, NY 10027-7004)

▪November 4 (New York City), NYU Bookstore (6pm talk and signing) (726 Broadway, New York, NY 10003)

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▪October 16 (London, England), King’s College (with Rick Hasen and Keith Ewing)

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▪October 15 (London, England), Transparency International UK

▪October 8 (Durham, NC), Duke University School of Law (12:30pm talk and signing, Room 3041)

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▪October 7 (Winston-Salem, NC), Wake Forest University School of Law

▪October 2 (Washington, DC): Common Cause 

▪October 1 (Washington, DC): Meetings with members of Congress (discussion of campaign finance reform proposals)

▪September 30 (Washington, DC): The Center for Responsive Politics 

▪September 26 (Cambridge, MA), The Harvard Coop (7pm talk and book signing)

▪September 25 (Boston, MA), The Literati Scene (10:30am television interview)

▪September 24 (Providence, RI), Common Cause Rhode Island (6pm talk and book signing at William Hall Library)

▪September 24 (Bristol, RI), Roger Williams University School of Law

▪September 23 (Portland, ME), University of Maine School of Law (12pm talk)

▪September 22 (Brunswick, ME), Bowdoin College (7:30pm talk and book signing, Visual Arts Center, Kresge Auditorium)

▪September 22 (Waterville, ME), Colby College, Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement (12pm talk)

▪September 4 (Atlanta, GA), Georgia State University College of Law (talk and signing); video available here:

▪August 5th (Amelia Island, FL): a panel discussion on Capitalism v. Democracy, and “The Evolution of Campaign Finance Reform: From Buckley to Citizens United to McCutcheon v. FEC,” Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting (panel discussion, 3:15pm)

▪June 26 (Barcelona, Spain):  “Capitalismo versus Democracia,” University of Barcelona and the Anti-Fraud Office of Catalonia (in Spanish) presentacio_llibre  (interview in Barcelona with the major Spanish daily newspaper, ARA, on page 11 of this file: ARA entrevista)

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▪June 16 (Prague, Czech Republic), Amnesty International Czech Republic

▪June 13 (Budapest, Hungary), International Center for Democratic Transition

▪June 12 (Vienna, Austria), United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (hosted by the Corruption and Economic Crime Branch)

▪May 30 (Minneapolis, MN):  Law & Society Annual Meeting, Author Meets Readers Salon

▪April 29 (Atlanta, GA): “A Debate on McCutcheon v. FEC” (moderator), American Constitution Society and Common Cause Georgia (McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP, 303 Peachtree Street)

▪April 28 (Atlanta, GA), Logan Bleckley Inn of Court (hosted at the Commerce Club)

▪April 5 (Portland, OR): “Political Finance in the United States and Spain,” American Society of Comparative Law Younger Comparativists Conference

▪April 4 (Portland, OR), Common Cause Oregon

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